Chicharabao is chicharon made of carabao skin instead of the usual pork skin. It is as crispy and chewy yet less health threatening than the pork variety. As such, it has become the snack of choice for the health conscious who at times crave for this favorite Pinoy crunchy. Chicharabao is produced by Carne Ybanag, one of the four business units of the Lighthouse Cooperative, and the Best DOST SETUP Adopter of Region II for 2012. This recognition came after availing SETUP assistance twice – first in 2006 to upgrade processing and packaging/labeling of its processed meat products, and again in 2009 to upgrade its Chicharabao production.
Onion and Vinegar, Garlic, Hot and Spicy
Net Weight per Pack:
Ingredients/raw materials used:
Processed Carabao Skin, Seasoning and Vegetable Oil
Dehydration / Drying
Major Export Markets:
12 x 8 inches
Minimum Order Size:
Snacks And Crispy Savory Food Products
Lighthouse Cooperative is a church-based cooperative whose membership is confined with the Victory Christian Fellowship-Tuguegarao City. Rosauro “Pastor Ross” Resuello and two other members of the VCF-Tuguegarao felt the need of organizing a cooperative in order to help provide... [Read more]
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